Kathy Griffin might think her life is on the D-List, but unfortunately the comedian's talk show is no longer even listed. After two seasons Bravo is canceling the late night show, TV Line reports. Griffin made the announcement while performing in Cincinnati on Friday night.
The Suddenly Susan star got her first foray into reality television with her show, My Life On The D-List — which ran for five years — but the format of her new show relied heavily on the star's stand-up as well as her friends and family (who made regular appearances on the show). The chat show was unable to garner the ratings it needed — despite getting picked up for a second season — and was only four months into season two.
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